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Wierix family

Harriet Stroomberg

Wierix family

book illustrations

by Harriet Stroomberg

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Published by Sound & Vision Publishers in co-operation with the Rijksprentenkabinet, Rijksmuseum Amsterdam in [Rotterdam] .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Wierix, Antonie, -- 16th cent. -- Catalogs.,
  • Wierix, Jan, -- 16th cent. -- Catalogs.,
  • Wierix, Jeronimus, -- 1553-1619 -- Catalogs.,
  • Wierix family -- Catalogs.,
  • Engraving, Belgian -- Belgium -- Antwerp -- 16th century -- Catalogs.,
  • Illustration of books -- Belgium -- Antwerp -- Catalogs.

  • Edition Notes

    Includes bibliographical references.

    Statementcompiled by Harriet Stroomberg ; edited by Jan Van der Stock.
    GenreCatalogs.
    SeriesNew Hollstein Dutch & Flemish etchings, engravings and woodcuts, 1450-1700
    ContributionsStock, Jan van der., Rijksmuseum (Netherlands). Rijksprentenkabinet.
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsNE674.W6 A4 2006
    The Physical Object
    Paginationv. :
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL16312605M
    ISBN 109077551379
    ISBN 109789077551370
    LC Control Number2006471041


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Wierix family by Harriet Stroomberg Download PDF EPUB FB2

Hieronymus (also known as Jerome) Wierix, (), Flemish engraver, brother of Jan and Antoine Wierix, Antwerp family of artists. Hieronymus worked for Christoph Plantin (Plantin Press) and is said to have created more than engravings for Plantin from The Wierix Family (Book Illustrations) - Hollstein Dutch / New Hollstein Dutch The three Wierix brothers were among the most prolific of the numerous engravers active in Antwerp in the second half of the sixteenth and in the early seventeenth centuries.

Johannes (c. ) is also recorded in Delft (), and probably moved to. Wierix Family Prints (Les Estampes Des Wierix, Catalogue Raisonne) [Marie Mauquoy-Hendrickx, Wierix] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. Wierix Family Prints (Les Estampes Des Wierix, Catalogue Raisonne).

LXX The Wierix family book illustrations [part I] LXXI The Wierix family book illustrations [part II] LXXII Index to volumes I-LXXI «Previous. The Wierix Family, book illustrations, Part I. The three Wierix brothers were among the most prolific of the numerous engravers active in Antwerp in the second half of the sixteenth and in the early seventeenth centuries.

Johannes (c. ) is also recorded in Delft (), and probably moved to Brussels before the turn of the. The Wierix family by Zsuzsanna van Ruyven-Zeman (Book) The Wierix family: book illustrations by Harriet Stroomberg (Book) Jan Wierix, Antwerp nine drawings from the Creation and the early history of man by Jan Wierix (Book).

found: Hollstein's Dutch & Flemish etchings, engravings and woodcuts,v. The Wierix family, introduction and guide to the catalogue, page xi (Hieronymus Wierix, engraver, draughtsman and publisher; born Antwerpburied Antwerp, Novem ;first signed works;working for Christophe Plantin; /73 joined the Guild of St Luke in Antwerp; lived and.

Hieronymus Wierix (–) was a Flemish engraver, draughtsman and publisher. He is known for his reproductive engravings after the work of well-known local and foreign artists including Albrecht er with other members of the Wierix family of engravers he played an important role in spreading appreciation for Netherlandish art abroad as well as in creating art that supported.

Wierix family book   English: The Wiericxes were a Flemish family of artists who distinguished themselves as printmakers and draughtsmen in Antwerp and Brussels in the late 16th and early 17th centuries.

Wierix family (en); famille Wierix (fr); Wierix (famiglia) (it) famiglia di incisori fiamminghi (it); Famille de graveurs originaire du sud des Pays-Bas (fr. Designed in Florence by Jan van der Straet () and attributed to Hieronymus Wierix and published in Antwerp by Philips Galle Ca.

Reference: Maquoy-Hendricx I / IV, AlvinHollstein I (The Wierix Family), New Hollstein (Dutch & Flemish) I (Johannes Stradanus). Please note that the content of this book primarily consists of articles available from Wikipedia or other free sources online.

Pages: Chapters: Rembrandt, Schelte a Bolswert, Master I. of Zwolle, Van de Passe family, Isidore van Kinsbergen, Abraham Blooteling, Lucas van Leyden, Hessel Gerritsz, Jacob de Gheyn III, Hendrik Goltzius, Dirck Volckertszoon Coornhert, Cornelis Cort.

One of the major projects in this series was the publication of the volumes on the Wierix family. LXX The Wierix family book illustrations [part I] LXXI The Wierix family book illustrations [part II] LXXII Index to volumes I-LXXI «Previous.

Jan Wierix or Johannes Wierix ( – ca. ), was a Flemish engraver, draughtsman and publisher. He was a very accomplished engraver who made prints after his own designs as well as designs by local and foreign artists. Together with other members of the Wierix family of engravers he played an important role in spreading appreciation for Netherlandish art abroad as well as in creating art.

found: Die Brüder Wierix, c pages (Wierix family of Antwerp: Anton I Wierix (/approximately ), a painter who left no signed works, was father of the engravers Johan (approximately ), Hieronymus () and Anton II (died ); Anton II was father of Anton III (), also an engraver).

Peeter van der Borcht, book illustrations, Part I Peeter van der Borcht, book illustrations, Part II The Wierix Family, book illustrations, Part I.

Top 25+ "Wierix family" products on Amazon Jan Wierix, Het atelier van Apelles,Collectie Museum Mayer van den Bergh | 11 hours ago |.

Save on ISBN has The New Hollstein Dutch & Flemish Etchings, Engravings and Woodcuts, The Wierix Family Vol. III by Z. van ; Leesberg, M. ; Stock, J. van der Rijksmuseum Rijksprentenkabinet Ruyven-Zeman and over 50 million more used, rare, and out-of-print books. The book illustrations engraved by the Wierix brothers rank among the finest of their time; they were mainly intended for religious books, a great number of which were published by the renowned firm of Plantin in Antwerp.

The catalogue further expand on and refine the meticulous four-volume catalogue of Mauquoy-Hendrickx, completed in Hollstein's Dutch & Flemish etchings, engravings and woodcuts, Vol.

The Wierix Family. Part II. Compiled by Zsuzsanna van Ruyven-Zema in collaboration with Marjolein Leesberg. Edited by Jan van der Stock and Marjolein Leesberg. WIERIX,FAMILY. Hollstein,F.W.H. Hollstein / Dutch and Flemish etchings, engravings and woodcuts c (32) (The Wierix Family, Book Illustrations I) Location Not on display.

Subjects virtues and vices. Associated names Illustration to: Arnold Freytag Associated with: Benito Arias Montano (Author of original verse). Hieronymus Wierix (), was a Flemish printmaker and publisher, and member of the Antwerp Wierix family who made engravings after well known artists, including Albrecht Durer.

His brothers Jan and Antoine were also engravers. Catalogue d'une collection d'estampes anciennes de diverses écoles parmi lesquelles on remarque une belle réunion de pièces par Rembrandt, portraits anciens par Edelinck, Th. de Leu, Masson, Nanteuil, Van Schuppen, les Wierix, etc. formant le reste du cabinet du docteur W*** [Henry Wellesley], d'Oxford, et d'estampes, dont la vente.

aura lieu Hôtel des commissaires-priseurs rue Drouot. les. The Wierix family, introduction and guide to the catalogue, page xi (Antonius II Wierix, engraver, draughtsman and publisher; born Antwerp /59, died Antwerp, March ; trained with his brothers, probably with Hieronymus;first signed works; /91 joined the Guild of St Luke in Antwerp; lived and worked in Antwerp; father of.

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Hieronymus Wierix or Johannes Wierix, Ambrosius Francken (I) (After) - Obedience and 6, × 4,; MB A treatise on painting - In four parts The whole illustrated by examples from the Italian, Venetian, Flemish, and Dutch schools () ().jpg 3, ×.

Flemish family of artists. The family workshop was active mainly in Antwerp in the last quarter of the 16th century and the first quarter of the 17th.

Anthonie Wierix the Elder (c. ) was a painter and engraver, his three sons, Anthonie the Younger (c. /9–), Hieronymus (c. –), and Jan (–), were trained.

Add tags for "Hollstein's Dutch & Flemish etchings, engravings, and woodcuts: ca. / 69 The Wierix Family: Introduction and guide to the catalogue.". Be the first. The Wierix family (or "Wiericx" and other variants) were a Flemish dynasty of printmakers in engraving in the 16th and early 17th centuries, active in Antwerp and Brussels.

The first generation of engravers consisted of the three sons of the obscure painter Anton I Wierix: Johann or Jan Wierix (c. ),; Jerome or Hieronymus Wierix () and. This is the design, in reverse, for the first plate of a series of twelve, which Wierix made, after his own designs, apparently for an officium.

1 1. See Hollstein’s Dutch & Flemish Etchings, Engravings and Woodcuts –vol. LXX, The Wierix Family, Book Illustrations part I, Ouderkerk aan Den IJsselp.no. The Wierix family (or "Wiericx" and other variants) were a Flemish dynasty of printmakers in engraving in the 16th and early 17th centuries, active in Antwerp and Brussels.

The first generation of engravers consisted of the three sons of the obscure painter Anton I Wierix: Johann or Jan Wierix ( � c. ), Jerome or Hieronymus Wierix. The circa bench by Hieronymus Wierix ().

It's important, but it's not the earliest example of this form. Each of my books about workbenches has been about missing links in the history of workbenches. “Workbenches: From Design & Theory to Construction & Use” (Penguin Random House) was about the benches that preceded the dominant.

Bibliography Bartsch XVII pp (78 nos) M. Bury, 'The Print in Italy ', British Museum, Londonp. Evelyn Lincoln, 'Brilliant discourse, pictures and readers in early modern Rome', Yale (on life of St Benedict). Crispijn van de Passe the Elder, or de Passe (c. Arnemuiden – buried 6 MarchUtrecht) was a Dutch publisher and engraver and founder of a dynasty of engravers comparable to the Wierix family and the Sadelers, though mostly at a more mundane commercial of their engravings were portraits, book title-pages, and the like, with relatively few grander narrative subjects.

Hollstein's Dutch & Flemish Etchings, Engravings and WoodcutsVol LXII The Wierix Family Part IV, noRotterdam, Labels and date. THE VIRGIN MARY IMMACULATE Before Jerome Wierix () In the Catholic church, the Virgin Mary was worshipped as a powerful intercessor between Christians and God.

The Wierix family: book illustrations part I, p.; Yvonne Bleyerveld, 'Van de tiran verlost. Het boekje Tyrannorum praemia. Den loon der tyrannen van Willem van Haecht ()', Nederlands Kunsthistorisch Jaarboek 52 (), p.

(afb. When I started the book, the best evidence we had of this evolutionary change was a circa drawing by Hieronymus Wierix () of Antwerp. He was the son of a cabinetmaker and produced an influential folio of drawings about the early life of Jesus.

These drawings are a gold mine of woodworking information from the period. Antonius Wierix (/), was a Flemish printmaker and publisher, and member of the Antwerp Wierix family who made engravings after well known artists, including Albrecht Durer.

His brothers Jan and Hieronymous were also engravers. Hand-numbered in margins. Text below images in Latin New Hollstein (Wierix) The family was active in various European cities: Antwerp, Cologne, Utrecht, London, Paris, Copenhagen and Amsterdam.

Central themes in this book are Crispijn the Elder's activities as a businessman, his collaboration with designers and Neo-Latin poets, booksellers and friends, and the content and function of the prints produced by him and his.

Crispijn van de Passe the Elder, or de Passe was a Dutch publisher and engraver and founder of a dynasty of engravers comparable to the Wierix family and the Sadelers, though mostly at a more mundane commercial level.

Most of their engravings were portraits, book title-pages, and the like, with relatively few grander narrative subjects. The Lübeck merchant Thomas Fredenhagen (–) had trade links with Flanders, particularly Antwerp. Because the family of the publisher Beller originated in Antwerp—a city where Antony Wierix had been active—Fredenhagen may have brought this book to Lübeck and thereby acquainted Buxtehude with it.

Catalogue raisonne de l'oeuvre des trois freres Wierix. Brussels: T.J.I. Arnold, The New Hollstein Dutch & Flemish Etchings, Engravings and Woodcuts, (The Wierix family, Zsuzsanna van Ruyven-Zeman and Harriet Stroomberg, authors).Size of this preview: × pixels.

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